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Bowdoin International Music Festival Tickets on Sale Now 05/24/23 - 06/07/23 at All Day

Bowdoin International Music Festival Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets on Sale Now!

Individual tickets available now, along with 6 and 12-concert flex passes and full season passes.  

Our season begins on Monday, June 26 at 7:30 PM with the New York City-based Imani Winds presenting a program of Latin-inspired music ranging from Villa Lobos to Piazzola to Paquito D’Rivera. Later in the season, the Aizuri, Calder, JACK, Jupiter, and Ying Quartets present music from the classical period to today. Concerto soloists include Frank Huang, concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, Phillip Ying, artistic director of the Festival, and Joyce Yang, virtuoso pianist and Bowdoin Festival alumna, who won the silver medal at the Van Cliburn when she was just 19. In total, 20 concerts round out the subscription series, including 18 evening events and two Sunday matinees.


ArtVan Presents: Pásala Bacano 05/25/23 - 06/15/23 at 11:45 am - 8:30 pm

ArtVan Presents: Pásala Bacano

Welcome to ArtVan‘s second exhibit featuring 100 artists of all ages and art styles. In collaboration with MAIZ Colombian Street Food in Brunswick, this year’s theme is Pásala Bacano. A saying MAIZ highlights in neon lights behind their bar translates to Have a good time! Good vibes!   The exhibit will be held in the MAIZ foyer on Pleasant Street.  Each original work of art explores an individual’s expression incorporating joyful memories or local and multicultural connection.
In addition to an opening reception and closing night, activities sprinkled throughout the three-week exhibit invite creative movement and good times. For the latest announcements and sneak previews, visit:
ArtVan’s website at
ArtVan’s Instagram and Facebook @artvanprogram

MAIZ’s Instagram @maizcolombianstreetfood
Opening Reception: Free
Thursday, May 25, 2023
4 pm – 8 pm
Shining the Light 06/03/23 - 06/04/23 at All Day

Shining the Light


The Unitarian Universalist Church of Brunswick (UUCB) is letting its light shine by illuminating the corner façade of its building, located at the corner of Middle and Pleasant Streets in Brunswick, on two upcoming weekends.  Both focus on increasing peace and justice in our community, and reflect our earnest efforts to work together with people of all faiths or no faith who likewise want to positively shape our world.

On the weekend of June 3-4, the church will be lit in ORANGE in observation of Wear Orange Weekend ( Along with other houses of worship, including the National Cathedral in Washington, the spiritual community of UUCB honors National Gun Violence Awareness Day and the lives of over 100,000 Americans killed or injured in the United States each year by gun violence. Every day, 120 Americans are killed and more than 200 are shot and wounded. The effects of gun violence are felt much more broadly, of course, from those who have lost loved ones to those of us whose daily lives are impacted by rising fear of mass shootings. The most vulnerable in our communities – those marginalized by race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, immigration status, poverty, etc. – are disproportionately impacted. UUCB will illumine a portion of its exterior in orange to express our deep sorrow at the epidemic of violence plaguing our nation, and to amplify our commitment to peace, love, and nonviolence.

The following weekend, June 10-11, the church will be lit in RAINBOW colors to honor the second annual Brunswick Pride Festival. UUCB has been an officially welcoming congregation (the UU designation for congregations who have done the work to prioritize the affirmation and inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in all aspects of congregational and religious life) since the congregation voted unanimously in 2006, following over a decade of intentional effort. UUCB will join with other congregations in our area at a joint Pride Festival booth entitled “Queer Spirit” on Saturday, June 10th from 12-5 on the Brunswick Town Mall.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Yard Sale 06/03/23 at 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Yard Sale

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is holding a Yard Sale on Saturday, June 3, 2023 on the church grounds at 27 Pleasant Street in Brunswick.

All proceeds from this sale will go to the Town of Brunswick Community Support Fund to aid asylum seekers arriving in Brunswick this summer.

The sale is from 8 AM-2 PM and all sales will be by donation. There will be 100s of items including furniture, household goods, toys, bicycles and sporting goods.

VOICES IN THE MIRROR 06/03/23 at 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Join The Theater Project for the 27th annual VOICES IN THE MIRROR! Each year, teens gather for the six weeks to create skits about their lives. Always funny, poignant and creative, this show allows our Young Company to explore their world through theater. Under the talented direction of Karin Baard, their skits become a cohesive don’t-miss show!

Join us June 2nd-4th, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 2:00 PM; all tickets are pay-what-you-can with a suggested price of $15.00.  14 School Street, Brunswick ME 04011.  Call the box office at 729-8584 for your reservation or checkout our website at

Thank you to our sponsor, Morning Glory Natural Foods!

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